If we were to question all commonly accepted leadership practices and qualities, which would hold up and which would break down?
On March 20-21, 2021, we’re doing just that. Join us for the first-ever virtual Art of Coaching Communication and Leadership Strategy Summit.
We’re tired of endless Zoom meetings and powerpoint presentations so we’re opting instead for two days of INTERACTIVE discussion with leaders from a range of professions; leaders who are currently pressure testing what we’ve long assumed about leadership against the messy realities of our new normal… Click here to learn more!!
Today’s episode is a perfect example of investigating the messy reality of leadership at top organizations. Andrew Hauser the Director of Performance Rehab with the (World Champion) Los Angeles Dodgers. He’s been in a variety of roles in the performance realm, most recently as the Director of Player Health & Performance for the Atlanta Braves.
On today’s show we discuss:
- Benefits of detachment and other dark sided traits in leadership
- The need for “contextual inventory” & how to provide feedback in context
- Andrew’s best practices for “Day One” in a new organization
- Situations in which leaders shouldn’t be listeners
- A different model of mentorship*
Connect with Andrew:
Via email: email@example.com
Via Instagram: @andrew_hauser_atsc
Via Twitter: @_ahauser
Via LinkedIn: Andrew Hauser
- Episode 127: How to Give The Most Effective Feedback
- “How To Find The Right Mentor” is our free guide for everything from what to look for to sample emails you can send out!
- Our “What Drives You” quiz will give you a glimpse into the underlying motivations of the people you work with – a cheat sheet for human behavior!
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